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October
2012
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05:37 AM
America/Chicago

ATI Physical Therapy opens clinic in Trooper, Pa.

ATI Physical Therapy, one of the nation’s leading physical therapy practices, opened its 15th office in Southeastern Pennsylvania on Monday, Oct. 8, located at 2660 Egypt Road, Suite B, in Norristown, PA. Trooper residents can now enjoy the friendly, red carpet treatment that ATI provides for all of its patients. 

“We’ve been able to successfully share the ‘ATI difference’ with residents at our Jenkintown and Royersford clinics, which served as our first Montgomery County locations,” said Dylan Bates, President and Chief Operating Officer, ATI Physical Therapy. “We’re honored to bring that positivity and results-oriented culture to the Trooper community now as well.” 

The new Trooper clinic features services in physical therapy and sports medicine. Staying true to the ATI mission, Trooper clinic employees aim to achieve exceptional results for their patients in a friendly and encouraging environment. 

Jason Malavolta, PT, Cert. MDT, serves as clinic director at this new location. Malavolta graduated from Temple University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science and then continued his education at Shenandoah University where he obtained his Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2007.  Over the past five years, Jason has worked in the outpatient orthopedic setting, treating patients with various shoulder, hip, knee and ankle injuries.  He specializes in the treatment of spine patients and obtained his McKenzie certification in 2011.

ATI consistently offers superior services for patients, including treatment programs backed by an in-house research department, transportation services for those with medical need, expanded hours, and complimentary injury screenings. Named “Best Physical Therapy Practice in the Nation” by Advance Rehab Magazine, ATI also achieved URAC Core Accreditation, a mark of distinction that recognizes ATI’s commitment to quality health care. 

In addition to serving patients, ATI strives to serve the local communities where its patients and staff work and live through the ATI Foundation. Established in 2003, the non-profit organization benefits children in need of resources and funding due to medical complications and physical impairments. 

ATI’s commitment to its patients and employees, as well as the medical professionals and communities in which they serve, has led to impressive growth. Founded in 1996, ATI now boasts more than 190 clinics in seven states: Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.

ATI Physical Therapy offers morning, afternoon and evening hours. To make an appointment at the Trooper clinic or learn more about ATI, please call 484-391-2252; or visit www.ATIpt.com.